Engaging Strangers: Civil Rites, Civic Capitalism, and Public Order in Boston

Engaging Strangers: Civil Rites, Civic Capitalism, and Public Order in Boston

Engaging Strangers: Civil Rites, Civic Capitalism, and Public Order in Boston by Daniel J. Monti, Jr. explores how the people of Boston have learned to practice a more congenial and respectful set of civic virtues. Monti provides a model for civic conduct for the rest of America to study and follow, showing how the cultural ideals we share and the civic-minded practices we follow in and out of the business world reflect a mix of liberal and conservative values that… (more)

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Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (November 29, 2012)

Parent ISBN: 9781611475913

Page count: 302 pages

Language: English


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